will do. I actually have a JT. I pulled the pipes out and the way they divided it into sections at the places they did make me think install will be really easy. The pipe fittings allow alignment of the system on the vehicle easily without trying to fuss and line up bolt holes or trying to pull things together.Awesome! Appreciate! Would appreciate feedback on the ease of installation also. What Jeep do you have?
Thanks for the review! Can you take some videos out side the jeepInstalled AWE exhaust yesterday and did some initial driving today.
it sounds awesome. Easily the best sounding exhaust Ive heard for a Jeep, and one of the better of any v6 out there period.
Install was super easy. Pic below has the tools required. I did chop the stock exhaust for my convenience, and the AWE was easy to clock into place. Did it by myself in 45min. It has sound, but isnt obnoxious. It purs at idle, and wont piss off your neighbors warming up in the driveway. Im looking forward to hearing how it settles and mellows over the first 1,000 or so miles. Did a video of me talking through while installed, and a couple of pulls. Its tucked up nice and high over the axle.
it does have some sound for sure. But Im impressed with how docile it is until you stand on it. Im pretty anti exhaust noise, so its my limit of what Im ok with, but it isnt tinny or raspy. Once some mileage gets on it, i expect it to settle down some more too.
Happy to grab something else on request.